Here are some links
to where you can find STEMgirl activites
plus other resources.
Louisville Recreation Center
Fall STEMgirl workshops will be offered during evening hours this fall. Be sure to pick up a Louisville fall/winter brochures or look at the website.
Lafayette Recreation Center
Fall STEMgirls workshops will be offered during evening hours.
Longmont Recreation Center
August 4th program. STEMgirls make Martians with UV beads. 9 -11 a.m. Please register directly with the Longmont Rec Center.
This article covered the STEMgirls pilot program summer camp. Thirteen young ladies, ages 7-11 participated. This camp was launched in June of 2013 in Louisville, Colorado. Interesting and compelling raw data was gathered. Guess what? Girls like math!
American Association of University Women
Industrial Engineering Assembly Line activity
An excellent free resource. I like to 'close the loop' and display the finished product of assembly line art at local public libraries. STEMgirl artwork was showcased and enjoyed by the public at the Erie and Louisville public libraries in the 2013.
If you are curious about the what salary your favorite local charity is gleaning, go to Charity Navigator's website and look up the IRS 990 form for a list of just the folks making over a hundred and fifty thousand a year. You may be surprised what you find out! For example, the Charity Navigator states that a 'low' paying non-profit CEO in the Mountain West makes just over $85,000 a year.
DreamQuest Video Game Camps offers a fun 2-week camp experience to kids and teens ages 9-15, with each camp session limited to just 15 students. Under the guidance of their industry-experienced instructors, campers design and build their own unique video game using Unity3D. We incorporate a STEM curriculum into our camp syllabus, and campers make friends while joining up in teams to create a video game. Video Games are rapidly becoming popular for girls and our program is a great way to get girls excited about and apply their STEM skills!
Build robots! Find a First Robotics program in your area and enjoy hands-on robotics.
Little Free Library
Love to read? Join the rapidly growing grassroots movement: Little Free Libraries (LFL)!
Take a Book * Return a Book is the LFL motto. STEMgirls will participate in an all female build to make a Little Free Library at the Lafayette Recreation Center STEMgirls summer camp. This is a STEMgirls exclusive! Prototypes were built by high achievers aka, STEMgirl Mentors, Melissa and Mikayla. These two are star engineering students at Centarus HS in Lafayette and finished second place in the CO state robotics competition.